Welcome to Parc Natural de la Península de Llevant


Although parts of the park are accessible by car, it’s hugely popular with hikers, cyclists and binocular-wielding birdwatchers; the latter drawn by the prevalence of cormorants, Audouin’s gulls, peregrine falcons and booted eagles. The remote nature of the park means that coves like Cala Fosca and Platja de Sa Font Celada are quiet and pristine, with flour-soft sand and crystal-clear sea. They're inaccessible (and inside the protected area) but the adjoining, accessible parts of the park are stunning, too.


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Parc Natural de la Península de Llevant in detail